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Consider security at state hospital

April 1, 2015 West Virginia lacks a mental health evaluation and treatment facility secure enough to ensure people accused of violent crimes cannot walk away. more »»

Get ready for road construction

March 31, 2015 Orange barrels are starting to pop up around the area as the summer road construction season begins. more »»

Prevent hunger in our schools

March 30, 2015 Another outpouring of concern and caring ways has appeared in the Ohio Valley, and we're very impressed and thankful. more »»

Fast track is needed

March 29, 2015 Trade Promotion Authority, better known as "fast-track" for trade agreements, has been a part of the American landscape since Franklin Delano Roosevelt. more »»

Science event a breakthrough

March 28, 2015 In recent years, more emphasis has been put on the sciences and mathematics in our schools as our technology becomes more advanced and the fields begin to have more importance in our daily lives. more »»

Recognizing those who protect us

March 27, 2015 Our local law enforcement officials are tasked with ensuring the safety of residents in every community and on every road. more »»

Chamber honors businesses

March 26, 2015 Officials with the Weirton Area Chamber of Commerce acknowledge they would be nowhere without the support of its membership. more »»

Cruz taking control of message

March 25, 2015 Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is a human third-rail in American politics, a man whose presence can create a shock value all its own. more »»

Address highway funding challenge

March 24, 2015 Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin had good news for West Virginia motorists tired of dodging potholes. more »»

Take hard look at state spending

March 23, 2015 Interim committee meetings held by West Virginia legislators, often during the summer months, are opportunities for them to learn what they need to know to make decisions on major issues during thei... more »»

Honoring those who built it all

March 22, 2015 The Weirton Hall of Fame will be adding five residents to its roll this year, with the induction of the Class of 2015 on May 3. more »»

Eroding your right to know

March 21, 2015 West Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act is a strong defense of the people's right to know what our government is doing. more »»

Make use of early voting period

March 20, 2015 Every election is important, and should be seen as such by the voter. more »»

Event supports local arts

March 19, 2015 We congratulate Matt Cashdollar, Oak Glen Middle School guidance counselor and Culture Club adviser, for having the vision to bring eight national music acts as well as several regional and local... more »»

Celebrating our heritage

March 18, 2015 The Ohio Valley is one big melting pot of cultures and heritages, populated by men and women of many different backgrounds ranging from its original American Indian inhabitants, to the European... more »»

Home and Garden Show a sure sign of spring

March 17, 2015 Spring is right around the corner, which often brings about thoughts of various home improvement projects. more »»

Provide better pay for educators

March 16, 2015 Both Republican and Democrat leaders in the West Virginia Legislature seem to believe part of improving public schools is paying teachers more. more »»

Capito speech delivers challenge

March 15, 2015 No doubt many members of the U.S. Senate, sometimes referred to as the world’s most exclusive club, have become acquainted with freshman Sen. Shelley Capito, R-W.Va. more »»

Lack of transparency getting worse

March 14, 2015 Most Americans are not old enough to remember the ongoing, intense controversy over what happened to 18 1/2 minutes of tapes secretly recorded in then-President Richard Nixon's office in 197. more »»

Have input on school calendars

March 13, 2015 Much has been said about the way things have played out this year for our local school calendar. more »»

 
 
 

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